Season: 2023


Venice Indians vs. Riverview Rams (SENIOR NIGHT)🎓

The Riverview Rams Varsity Boys face the Venice Indians in a District matchup. We will honor our eight Seniors prior to the game. We anticipate the Senior Ceremony to start at 6:30PM.

Will Leffler
Lucien Minford
Billy Snyder
Solano Benitez
Tyler Weston
John Cox
Brett Koch
Logan Chappell


Riverview Rams @ Barron Collier Cougars

The Riverview Rams Varsity Girls (9-5, 3-0) made the first of two road trips to Naples this week for an evening matchup against the Barron Collier Cougars (6-4, 1-0). The Rams jumped out to a quick 8-0 lead in the first half, scoring 7 goals in the first 5 minutes. The Cougars mounted a slight comeback, scoring 4 goals in-a-row to cut the Riverview lead in half, 8-4. But, by the end of the first half, Riverview was up 11-5, and the defense clamped down in the second half, giving up only 3 goals, securing the 19-8 victory.  Riverview’s scoring was lead by junior Susan Lowther with 8 points (5G/3A), sophomore Caroline Steinwachs with 7 points (6G/1A) and sophomore CC Hackl with 4 goals. Lowther (13) and Steinwachs (7) would combine for 20 draw controls and 8 ground balls.

Barron Collier’s scoring was lead by junior Nicole Kuhl and freshmen Makenna Swords, each with 3 goals, with Kuhl scoring her 3rd goal with only 1 second remaining in the game.

The Rams will be right back in Naples again on Saturday, with a 12:00PM matchup against the Gulf Coast Sharks (7-2).


Out-of-Door Academy Thunder vs. Riverview Rams

The Riverview Rams (4-6, 0-1) hosted the Out-of-Door Academy Thunder (6-2) at the Ram Bowl on Tuesday evening. The game remained close throughout the first 4 quarters, and was forced into overtime on a goal by ODA’s sophomore Josey Rubinstein with only 7 seconds remaining in regulation. With only 89 seconds remaining in overtime, ODA junior Trey Naese scored the game-winner after intercepting a Riverview clear, his fourth goal of the game. Despite giving up the game winning goal, Riverview’s senior goalie, Will Leffler had a solid night in net, recording 22 saves and snagging 4 groundballs. Defensively for the Rams, junior Ty Nutter had a career game, picking up 10 groundballs, 2 takeaways and an assist to tie up the game with only 4:55 remaining in regulation. Riverview’s scoring was led by senior Lucien Minford with 8 points (5G/3A) and sophomore Jack Yochim with 5 points (3G/2A).

ODA’s scoring was led by Rubinstein with 7 points (6G/1A) and Naese with 4 goals.


Cardinal Mooney Cougars vs. Riverview Rams

The Riverview Rams (8-5, 3-0) Varsity Girls hosted the Cardinal Mooney Cougars (4-5) in a non-district matchup on Monday evening. Controlling nearly 74% of the draws (25-for-34), the Rams took advantage of the extra possessions and cruised to a 23-9 victory over the Cougars. Junior Susan Lowther tallied 13 points in the game (6G/7A), to set a new, single-game Riverview record for most points in a game. Sophomores CC Hackl and Caroline Steinwachs added 6 goals and 4 goals, respectively. Lowther had 12 draw controls, as well. When the final horn sounded, eight different Rams contributed to the scoring frenzy.

Junior Morgan Costallos led Cardinal Mooney’s scoring with 5 goals.



Riverview Rams @ Canterbury Cougars

The Riverview Rams (4-5, 0-1) traveled to Ft. Myers Friday evening for a non-district matchup against the Canterbury Cougars (5-5). Riverview’s goalie, senior Will Leffler kept it close in the first half, recording 8 saves on 12 shots, but the Cougars went into halftime with a 4-0 lead. Throughout the game, Canterbury dominated at the face-off circle, winning 15-out-of-19 (79%), which enabled the Cougars to control possession of the ball and, most importantly, control of the game. Canterbury pulled away in the fourth quarter, scoring 8 goals and went on to a 16-1 victory. The lone Riverview goal was scored by sophomore Toby West (his 7th goal of the season), assisted by junior Carter Unkel. Senior Will Leffler recorded 11 saves in goal for 3 quarters. Canterbury distributed their scoring down the roster, with 12 different Cougars finding the back of the net.


Riverview Rams @ Community School of Naples Seahawks

Playing their second road game in as many nights, the Riverview Rams (7-5, 3-0) Varsity Girls made the 105 mile road trip to Naples to take on the Community School of Naples (5-1) in a non-district matchup. The Rams jumped out to a 7-6 lead at halftime, but the 2nd half shooting barrage by CSN proved too much for the Rams, and the Seahawks soared to a 19-12 victory.

Riverview’s junior Susan Lowther led the scoring with 8 points (5G/3A). Sophomore Caroline Steinwachs tallied 4 goals, along with 11 draw controls. Senior goalie Mia Rey had 11 saves for the Rams.